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Relative tuning is a process of tuning the guitar that is based on the pitch of the low E
string. All strings will be tuned according to the pitch of this string. If the low E string
is pretty close to being in tune, then this process will work fine. If it isn’t, then you will
be tuning the guitar too low or too high. You can obtain the correct pitch for this string
by using a piano or a pitch pipe.
Follow The Links for Standard Tuning :- How Tune a Acoustic Guitar
Previous Article :- How To Read Guitar Sheet SymbolsOnce you have the pitch for the E string, you will then tune all the other strings by using the sound of another string.
Use these steps to tune the guitar by using relative tuning.
1. To tune the A string put your finger on the 5th fret of the low E string. This will give you the sound for the A string.
2. Now put your finger on the 5th fret of the A string. This will give you the sound for the next string down, the D string.
3. Again put your finger on the 5th fret of the D string. This will give you the sound for the next string down which is the G string.
4. Now when you get to the G string, put your finger on the 4th fret to give you the sound of the next string down which is the B string.
5. Finally put your finger on the 5th fret of the B string to get the sound for the next string down which is the high E string.
Tuning this way takes practice, which is why I recommend buying a tuner. You will be very glad you did.
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